Linda is a Reiki Master and Teacher and offers treatments and Reiki training.
What happens during a Reiki treatment?
Reiki can be used to treat the whole body or can be localised to a specific part of the body.
A full body treatment can last between 45 to 90 minutes, with a localised treatment lasting approximately 20 minutes or so. You remain fully clothed and typically will be asked to lie on a massage table or be seated in a chair. You are then entered into a calm and relaxing state, and then I will place my hands on or near various parts of the body, including the head, torso, knees and feet.
Hands will remain in certain positions for approximately three minutes before moving to the next position. The hand positions will often coincide with your seven main chakra points.
Benefits Of Reiki
The benefits are said to be many, but in general terms having a treatment is said to release Reiki energy that will assist in providing balance to the whole person in mind, body and spirit and is a non-invasive holistic therapy.
- Adapts to the needs of the recipient
- Helps meditative states
- Promotes personal awareness
- Enhances spiritual connection
- Fosters natural self healing
- Relaxes and reduces stress
- Balances energies in the body
- Relieves pain and discomfort
After your Treatment
After your treatment you may feel deeply relaxed and ideally, if possible, you are advised to try and rest to allow yourself to fully enjoy the whole experience.
Reiki stimulates natural rebalancing; so please take time to come around before driving, although any lack of concentration will soon pass and you should feel refreshed following the experience of undergoing a Reiki treatment.
You will also be advised to drink plenty of water to flush away toxins in your system.
Read our blog to find out more about the benefits and history of Reiki
Reiki treatment is £30 per session (45-60 mins)
Payment of any of these therapies can be paid in cash or cheque on the day of your treatment, or by bank transfer if you prefer to prepay via your bank.